3-D Rendering of some type of Mount

The Mount was rendered in SolidWorks for my graphics course at NC State University.

This was a particularly interesting drawing to tackle. At first I sketched the one of the side drill holes and then used  circular mirror patterns to make 4 more holes each at 90 degrees to eachother. I then extruded the sketch. The angle cuts were the tricky part. I sketched in the frontal plane and made a right triangle with the proper angle needed. I then cut with that sketch to the proper width. The counter-bore hole in the middle was just a simple cut. This drawing took me 40-50 min due to having to figure out how to cut the angled plane.

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3-D Rendering of a Bracket

The Bracket was rendered in SolidWorks for my graphics course at NC State University.

This was a simple build but made me think about which plane I was working in. I started in the horizontal plane to get the base and then I went to the frontal plane to get the top mount. I merged the two pieces and then did the circle cuts in the top part. This drawing took me 10-15 min.


3-D Rendering of Bearing Rest

The bearing rest was rendered in SolidWorks for my graphics course at NC State University.

This drawing gave me a little difficulty when extruding the vertical mount on the front side. This drawing took me about 20-30 mins.


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